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About jerry533482

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  1. You know I think zombies started dying down when Super left. Or at least the community did.
  2. Has anyone heard from Super at all recently? :(
  3. 91 solo on kino (on a school day ), 52 in 2 player on Ascension. For 4 player I've gotten to around 30, you know, one of those dime-a-dozen mediocrely skilled games where everything falls apart past the 20s because people dont practice.
  4. Bump: updated to 48. Just waiting to get in the mood for the golden game. :D
  5. 46 solo. Stupid glitch where the game lags and moves your camera automatically screwed me a bunch of times :x . I'm still gonna try for 50 in the future though.
  6. The campaign is crap, zombies mode in general is mediocre, and people will reminisce for Black Ops 1. Unlikely though.
  7. I hope they do this because i think there's no bigger bs than having an EE that NEEDS 4 people, so you NEED at least 2 machines to do it. That's bu;;crap that it's be too small to see (multiplayer does it), I think it's just a ploy for sony and microsoft to sell more consoles.
  8. I'd say I have. Out of all my friends I'd say I'm the most serious at playing zombies, and I've noticed that whenever I have a decent co-op game I always go down the least (two or three, if any downs), and the games i do go down alot in it usually goes to crap by the late teens or early twenties. Therefore quick revive is my favorite co-op perk. A game of Moon with a friend of mine recently saw us getting to 37, my friend went down a couple times early on then held fairly consistently until about 30, then he lost his concentration and went down like 20 times. We were playing at his folk's house and they didn't want us up late so we had the tv turned down, BIG mistake as we didn't hear about excavator excelon until the 60 second mark (round 34). My friend had no juggs and ended up running for the teleporter from the labs, while i came from the biodome. We didn't time it right and he died before i could revive him (neither of us had masks), and i just barely fell through the gap and ran back into the labs and escaped suffocating. In the ensuing adrenaline rush I forgot all about the excavator, and we lost the biodome. :evil: Afterwards I killed all but one zombie, my friend simply wanted me to kill it then suicide at 35, but i was persistent and recycled both my max wave gun AND gersches successfully, and then I played out the rest of the game solo using super's recieving bay strategy with my friend jumping off the cliffs to control the spawns at the beginning of each round. Unfortunately I ended up tossing a gersche at a window and decompressed the main room at 37, and failed trying to own tunnel 11. That was my first down. So yeah, I'd say I've definitely earned my co-op records.
  9. All this dlc and all these [email protected] maps and it all comes back to kino. Great job.
  10. I recall back around april-ish last year i knew some people who had mentioned zombies in black ops (at the time i knew nothing about cod and thought black ops was all zombies), and i had seen some people playing kino for maybe 5 minutes at the most. Anyways around october when i finally got a ps3 one of the first games i got for it besides gta 4 was black ops (recommended by a friend). I played a little campaign but never really got into it, and to this day i SUCK at multiplayer, but something weird happened when i played a little mode called kino. I sucked incredibly, the first couple days i played i couldn't get past dogs (in fact the first time i saw both dogs/mudmen i screamed, probably because the manual said more than just zombies lurk in these hallways...), and i'd say for the first month or two i was improving at maybe a round every other week (i recall my friend who sucks at solo due to patience issues used to hold the highest record i knew at like 16), and yet i couldn't stop playing the game. It was a sort of torture, having to play the game constantly and never get anywhere, much like running into a wall over and over again. For months i didn't know what the power did let alone what it was, yet all the characters kept complaining about it. At the height of my noobiness i'd save up with the mpl, jog to the power, get jugs or the bowie (usually not both), and camp out at the top of the stairs and die at round 10. And then a friend said he got to 50 with the ray gun and of course i never believed it, later i asked him how he got it and he said the mystery box. After some research i found out what it was and man, those early games with the box spawning right in the mpl room were SO MUCH FUN. A funny looking toy that insta-kills. A gun with so much ammo it'll last longer than my game. a weird looking radioactive barrel that blows zombies away. Man early on the box was so cool. But anyways I'd say around november-ish i figured screw it and i'll cheat at the game and look up how to get far (I dd the same with the rubik's cube and now my best is like 11 seconds), and i heard about the full map circle with the mp40 that starts in the teleporter, and the first time i stepped into 20 in solo I was SO freaked out and died on like round 23. I kept practicing until about 35 until i decided full map looping was dangerous and boring, and over time i found looping the stage to be fun (before i'd loop there for a bit then jump in the teleporter until the late teens), and it proved kep to getting to 40, then 54 later. Shorty after i found five (which i had previously hated cause i knew nothing on how to stay alive, or pack a punch, or anything beyond the mp5k really) to be doable in the late 20s if you run the war room, and the freeze ray to be cool (though now i hate it because it turns to crap so fast ), then my friend got resurrection and i tried the [email protected] maps for the first time, getting nowhere of course without practice. Then finally i got several map packs, and with studying them and practicing many-a games that made me want to punch the tv, i now hold 38 on cotd and 54 on moon (both solo), and just recently 37 on moon in 2 player. I am hoping to get ascension and shangri-la soon (the monkeys on SL are fun ) I now yearn for 60, if not 70 and beyond...
  11. The thundergun for an EE is a MUST. I'd like to see the hacker as well.
  12. Just curious if others have experienced this or it's just me; I've had some decent 230+ kills games in the last week, and of course as usual I'd look at my kills count all throughout those games; I very specifically recall being at say, 91 kills or so after juggs, then after gathering another horde and blasting em' my kill count would go up exactly 20, not 24. I actually had a couple games where my kills would go 91-111-131-151-171-etc, until I made a mistake and a crawler made it's way into my next bunch. I am fairly certain I left no stragglers on the ground between taking out each group. So is this just me being hasty and missing a few slow zombies, or is the limit (at least for 1 player) 20 zombies at once?
  13. I like it. Builds on Black op's logo.
  14. I've done level 40 twice; the first I had to quit to keep my Ps3 from overheating, the second time my attention wasn't fully in the game. As for co-op I typically can go mid-20s. haven't done 30s in ANY co-op yet though.

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